Replica of Noah’s ark doesn’t mean the end of the world

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The Hidden Ark is being built in Miami, Fla., to help raise animal awareness. (Photo courtesy YouTube/ Hidden Ark)
The Hidden Ark is being built in Miami, Fla., to help raise animal awareness. (Photo courtesy YouTube/ Hidden Ark)

Noah’s ark is getting reconstructed, but don’t worry, it’s not because a flood is coming.

The Huffington Post reported that a group of friends in Miami are building an ark based off of the dimensions describing Noah’s ark in the Bible. The Hidden Ark isn’t meant to be a religious warning to the world, but a tool for people to love and protect the animals and ecology:

 

 

A promotional video promises the group doesn’t believe an Earth-covering flood is coming soon — they just want to save the planet: “Regardless of their religion, Noah’s Ark allegory has inspired the team behind Hidden Ark to conceive a revelatory concept that aspires to waken a warning in our consciousness and encourage us to reconsider our beloved earth, just like God made Noah aware of how to take care of those important elements that surrounded him.”

Read the story from the Huffington Post.

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